You might recall that I wrote to you last March to let you know I was using your book Circles of Hope in a UU regional workshop on storytelling and social justice. By the way, the story worked great!
This summer I have started a new project called Storyinworship.org that reviews stories that are particularly well-suited for multigenerational worship. I have just published a review of Circles of Hope. The link is: http://storyinworship.org/circles-of-hope/. I thought you might like to see it.
I am just starting to get
the word out about the website.
I think it will be a very
valuable resource for multigenerational
worship leaders who are always
looking for that next great story.
If you would be willing to mention
storyinworship.org in you blog,
I would be most appreciative.
Karen was born in Connecticut, and received her Master’s degree in deaf education. She has lived in Africa and in Haiti. Karen had an early dream to be one of the youngest published authors ever, starting a writing club at ten. However, Karen's published works came later in life, after extensive travels and family experience. Karen's ability to draw from personal experience and adapt into writing forms for all ages and interests expresses her true gift. See her website for more information about her books and stay in touch here for updates about her writing life and publications.